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1. Deepak Kalal to debut in a Punjabi music video – “Next Level”
Chandigarh 10th April 2019. You can hate him, abuse him, taunt him, but the fact is that you cannot ignore Deepak Kalal. After the infamous ‘beating up’ incident in Gurgaon, Deepak Kalal is back in the news. And surprisingly, this time, for all the right reasons. Rakhi Sawant’s alleged boyfriend Deepak will now be featuring in a Punjabi music video ‘NEXT LEVEL – The Breakup Anthem’. The song is sung by Sukhbir Gill and will be released by Slay Records. The teaser of the song is already out and is creating ruckus over the internet.
Interestingly, the Punjabi song ‘Next Level’ is coming out when rumor mongers are hinting of a breakup between Rakhi Sawant and Deepak Kalal. While none of them have been vocal about it, but Deepak Kalal featuring in a breakup anthem does raise a few eyebrows. Is he trying to dedicate the song to Rakhi?
Sukhbir Gill, the voice behind ‘Next Level’ song is an actor turned singer. The 23 year old
handsome munda from Punjab has already acted in a Shyam Benegal movie. After spending
6 years in the Punjabi movie and music industry, Sukhbir is going to release his maiden
track on Slay Records. The teaser is getting tremendous response on the internet. Slay
Records principals Gurlove Singh Ratol and Kanwar Nihal Singh Gill will be releasing the song
on 10th of April on the Slay Records official YouTube channel. Stay tuned for more updates
on Sukhbir Gill’s ‘Next Level’ featuring Deepak Kalal and Pooja Bhasin.
2. The official poster of upcoming movie ‘Chandigarh-Amritsar-Chandigarh’ is released
Film will star Gippy Grewal and Sargun Mehta in lead roles.
Title of the film is what catches the attention of the audience; make them curious about
what the film will be about. And one such film is Chandigarh-Amritsar-Chandigarh, a quirky
and an unusual title which has already made the audience look forward to the film’s
release. Sharing the screen for this film are Sargun Mehta and Gippy Grewal, and the duo
will be seen together in a film for the first time.
Chandigarh-Amritsar-Chandigarh is being directed by Karan K Guliani, and is being
presented by Sumit Dutt and Dream book and is being produced by A Leo Stride
Ace music director, Jatinder Shah has given music to the film, another celebrated dialogue
and screenplay writer Naresh Kathooria has written the dialogue and screenplay of the
film. Seeing these amaze bunch of talented artist working on the film we already know that
it is going to be a blockbuster.
The makers of the film have shared the first look of the film. From the poster, it seems to
be a light hearted and a true entertainer. The two actors seem to be in a jovial mood in the
poster and the film is going to be a romantic-comedy.
The film revolves around two characters that how this journey will impact their lives or will
play role in their story. This film might be the proof of the saying which goes as ‘sometimes
just a moment is enough’.
Recently at award function, the two were even seen sharing the stage with much ease and
comfort which proved that the audience will give thumbs up to this fresh pair. This glimpse
that they gave to their fans has raised the level of excitement among the audience who are
eagerly looking forward to the release of the trailer of the film.
The worldwide distribution of the film will be done by Munish Sahni’s Omjee Group. The
film will hit the theatres on 24 th May 2019.
3. Manish Sisodia to kick off Punjab poll campaign from Snagrur on April 15: Aman Arora
AAP constitutes 5-member campaign committee in Punjab
Chandigarh, April 11
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and in charge Punjab political affairs of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Manish Sisodia, will sound the poll bugle in Punjab on April 15 from Sangrur Parliamentary constituency. This was disclosed by Punjab unit campaign committee chairman Aman Arora here in Chandigarh on Thursday while addressing media persons.
Arora said that the party had cut out a road map for the upcoming Lok Sabha election – 2019. Sisodia will also address a meeting of party workers/ volunteers on the occasion.
Arora also announced the formation of a 5-member campaign committee (Punjab unit), which included Harchand Singh Barsat, Navdeep Singh Sangha, Neel Garg, Sukhraj Singh Gora Ferozeshah and Avtar Singh Eilwal.
Arora informed that he, in his capacity as Punjab unit campaign committee chief, would address meeting at Hoshiarpur and Jalandhar (April 16), Sri Anandpur Sahib and Patiala (April 17), Fatehgarh Sahib (April 18), Gurdaspur and Amritsar (April 19), Faridkot and Ferozepur (April 21).
In reply to a question on Punjab unit chief Bhagwant Mann’s letter addressed to the people of the state, especially his saying no to alcohol, Arora clarified that Mann had to take this decision in the interest of the public and silence his detractors in the Congress and Akali Dal who had been hell-bent on maligning his public image by mounting a relentless vilification campaign against me.
He said that, instead of resorting to target their adversary to earn cheap publicity, they should have focused on people-centric issues. He said that, instead of talking on such non-issues, the core issues today are agrarian crisis, suicides by farmers and farmhands, unemployment, drugs, education, health services, mafia ‘raj’, et al.
On the question of forging alliance with political parties, Arora said that core committee of the party (Punjab unity) had already conveyed its view to the high command against any poll pact with any party in the state. Arora made it clear that poll alliance with the Congress Party in Delhi had been a distant possibility.
Replying to another question, the AAP leader said that compared to other leaders of the conventional parties ruling the roost for the past more than 70 years, Bhagwant Mann had emerged as a prominent and trusted leader among the people of the state. He said Mann was the only elected representative from the state who had taken up a maximum number of people-centric issues and concerns in the Parliament during his 5-year-old stint.
Others who were present on the occasion included Kultar Singh (MLA), Harchand Singh Barsat, state secretary Navdeep Singh Sangha, Neel Garg, Youth wing president Manjinder Singh Sidhu, Prabhjot Kaur and state media in charge Manjit Singh Sidhu.